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How North Korea Tried To Steal $1 Billion | Investigators

An elite group of hackers supported by the North Korean governing administration has been on an audacious cyber-crime spree. From hacking …

47 thoughts on “How North Korea Tried To Steal $1 Billion | Investigators

  1. With the sophistication of the Bangladesh Bank heist was kinda impressive for a DPRK to pull. Moreover, kudos for Vice journalists to explain what happened is equally impressive. Since the bullshit restrictions because of the "COVID Pandemic," I got hooked on global issues covering many issues that are happening that encourage me to write about it. Two well known news networks purchase some of my literature. I would love to work for on of Vice news. Your branch of "The War n Drugs" segments are really on journalism gold. Thank you Mr. Smith, for creating a superd news network. Your trip to NK was just fucking over-the-top fantastic.

  2. Maybe it's time to ask Elon Musk for his help on this, too. While I'm quite sure there are several people on his level of intelligence, but what makes him unique or special in my opinion is the fact that he seems to try and pair his genius intellectual abilities with equal parts of empathy for the betterment of all humanity. A lot of times I feel like there are people who are just to smart for their own good & he doesn't come off sounding that way at all.🤷🏼‍♀️

  3. Every crypto investor right now just smiling at the price of crypto as it held strong and indeed valuable enough to generating good ROl.more person are gonna become millionaires and we have crypto thanks for that

  4. This is above my pay grade but we and others must be working to cyber hack/slam NK, to include malware n getting money back.
    It would be extremely alarming and horrific if we weren’t.

  5. All our planet is fo f…k up that looks likes that some people can do what they want and get away with jong un is like putin and xi jing ping,bin salman,kadarov and many more.the rest of the world talks,they act,silently.santions and all other bullshits are a waste of time.russia is the best country to be a haker,you can make money,enjoy life and get away with it.russia doesen t answer to interpol or to other states.

  6. People need more awareness for it-security. I am not talking about advanced knowledge like to analyze attacks or doing threat analysis but just the really basic stuff. Sony had employees who had used passwords like “12345“, “abcde“ or just „sony“… I mean… even a script kiddie could hack that via john the ripper and a modified rainbowtable.

    The use of a password manager (local or cloud based, your choice – everything has it‘s pro and cons) and it‘s function to generate relatively good passwords is already the first and big step for your own safety. Additionally, be aware of spoofing techniques like phishing mails and don‘t post everything on social media. I saw people who had posted their ID-Card in their story for a dumb reason I forgot… Do your research and elevate your security awareness.

  7. The unfaced member of Lazarus has for sure been executed. Now that his identity is known as a hacker affiliated with NK, he knows too much and is useless to them.

  8. Amazing video, A friend of mine referred me to a financial adviser sometime ago and we got talking about investment and money. I started investing with $120k and in the first 2 months , my portfolio was reading $274,800. Crazy right!, I decided to reinvest my profit and gets more interesting. For over a year we have been working together making consistent profit just bought my second home 2 weeks ago and care for my family.

  9. It's terrifying that a group of people in a tiny very poor country could hold so many lives to ransom by simply typing code into a computer. It's infrastructure such as the national grid, water and telecommunication services that are so vital but so very vulnerable to attack. At one time I feared that emp's were the biggest threat to our way of life but now its computer software that could potentially send us back to the stone age. I've updated my Internet security and backed up every file I accumulate onto an external hard drive so if I get hit by ransomware it won't impact me so much but I've a feeling that even this isn't enough.

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